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The sisters of Stockholm, First Aid Kit, brought their cold weather and warm hearts and voices to a sold-out Firebird on Saturday night.

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Electronic producer Bassnectar brought his Bass Center VII show to Chaifetz Arena, bringing out his bombastic drops and equally impressive light show.

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Montreal's Stars made a return visit to St. Louis last night, this time at the fun restaurant/bar/venue/hangout that is Plush.

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St. Louis turned out in high spirits for Del Yeah! -- an outdoor/indoor bluegrass festival last night at the Old Rock House.

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After a joyous set at this year's LouFest, the semi-local (from Springfield, Missouri) Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin came back to town to close out the Thursdays at the Intersection series.

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St. Louis' own vocal powerhouse, Little Rachel, warmed things up Friday night at the Duck Room before JD McPherson took the stage, bringing his rockabilly soul from Oklahoma.

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The Corin Tucker Band came through St. Louis last night, performing at the Firebird in support of their latest album, "Kill My Blues."

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It was nothing but good news for the Corin Tucker Band, playing for a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Firebird. Opening song "No Bad News Tonight" from the new album "Kill My Blues" set the tone for a night of gimmick-free rock 'n' roll fused with tight pop-punk and straight-up guitar rock.

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Toronto's Metric is a rare band that can bring a lot of different kinds of music fans together -- I often marvel at the variety of pro-Metric people just in my own circle of friends.

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Catching a show on the artistically fertile but sometimes shadowy Cherokee Street is always an unpredictable experience. A new gallery or venue seems to pop up every couple of months, replacing the empty carcass of a similarly creative but now defunct loft space.

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